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Contents Sustainable Impact Footprint Integrity and human rights Supply chain responsibility Operations Products and solutions Appendix 19 “Leadership” is defined as director level and up at HP. Privacy 20 As a percentage of U.S. personnel with the title of Executive, formerly called Vice President. 1 HP’s ISO 27001 certifications in 2021 include: DaaS Remote Monitoring & Management Services and within DaaS Proactive Management 21 Annually, HP employees fill out a survey called Voice Insight Action (VIA) to help us understand overall employee engagement including with TechPulse; Managed Print Services Remote Monitoring and Management Services; HP UK Development Limited; Indigo Presses, their sense of belonging in the company. Servers, and Software Solutions; PSGO Image Load Services; PSGO Dynamic Configuration Service; HP Inc. UK Limited; Customer Service Life Cycle Solutions (Bentonville, AR); Customer Support Break/Fix (APJ); Customer Support Break/Fix (EMEA); HP India Sales Pvt. Ltd. 22 Excludes new hires joining HP after February 1, 2021 (although all new hires are given 30 days to complete Integrity at HP New Hire training as part of their mandatory onboarding process). 2 A cybersecurity event requires external disclosure if compelled by applicable laws or regulations. 23 Our programs aim to accelerate digital equity through providing access to at least one of the following: hardware, connectivity, content, or Supply chain responsibility digital literacy. 24 We enable better learning outcomes by supporting education through provision of learning and digital literacy programs and solutions. Approach 25 Includes valuation of employee volunteer hours, employee donations, HP Foundation match, and HP Foundation grants. 1 HP uses the terms “production suppliers,” “product transportation suppliers,” and “nonproduction suppliers” throughout this report. ESG materiality “Production suppliers” provide materials and components for our product manufacturing and also assemble HP products, and are the primary focus of our HP Supplier Code of Conduct audits, assessments, KPI program, Sustainability Scorecard, and capability-building 1 This ESG materiality assessment followed the “double materiality” principle, which considers both how topics impact a company and how initiatives. “Product transportation suppliers” provide services for the shipping and delivery of HP products. Learn more in Supply chain the company impacts the environmental, social, and economic aspects of those topics. responsibility: Environmental impact. “Nonproduction suppliers” provide goods and services that do not go into the production of HP Footprint products (such as staffing, telecommunications, and travel). These suppliers are a significant focus of our supplier diversity efforts. 2 Retained, existing, and new sales are tracked through internal HP processes that identify customer requests related to sustainability and 1 Carbon and water footprint data presented in this section related to our production suppliers (except for HP brand paper) is calculated supply chain responsibility. Sales values take into account total contract values. using product life cycle assessment-based estimates for materials extraction through manufacturing and product transportation. 3 This data does not include participation in RBA audits. Participation in our supply chain sustainability programs is quantified by those Production supplier GHG emissions and water withdrawal data presented on page 44 is based on a different methodology. See programs that go beyond audits to build supplier capabilities to meet our standards. This includes deep-dive assessment, weekly Methodological updates on page 15 for detail about nonproduction suppliers. reporting of labor metrics, procurement engagement through our supplier Sustainability Scorecard, and in-depth coaching and workshops tailored to supplier risks. Carbon and climate impact 4 This replaces and expands on our prior goal to develop skills and improve the wellbeing of 500,000 factory workers by 2025, since the 1 Absolute reduction of Scope 1, 2, and 3 GHG emissions compared to 2019. Excludes non-HP paper consumed during product use. beginning of 2015. Progress through 2021 against that goal includes a total of 349,000 factory workers: 77,800 factory workers in 2015; Water 45,700 in 2016; 119,900 in 2017; 12,000 in 2018; 11,000 in 2019; 46,000 in 2020; and 37,000 in 2021. Prior to 2020, data included production supplier workers only. In 2020, we expanded the scope of our program to also include nonproduction supplier workers and workers at HP- 1 Methodological updates to improve the accuracy of our carbon footprint calculations also impacted calculations in the following water controlled manufacturing facilities. Total does not equal sum of data for each year due to rounding. footprint categories: water consumption in HP supply chain—direct use in operations, water consumption in HP supply chain associated 5 Labor-related human rights are defined as modern slavery, working hours, pay, and safety. Assure based on key performance metrics with the generation of electricity, and water consumption associated with the generation of electricity used by HP products. Please see based on evidence and analysis of published disclosures, mandated data submittals, certifications, audits, etc. Methodological updates on page 15 for more detail. Integrity and human rights Human rights 1 The term “forced labor” refers to situations in which people are coerced to work against their will, either overtly through violence or intimidation, or by more subtle means such as accumulated debt, retention of identity papers, and threats of denunciation. HP forbids any Ethics and anti-corruption forced, bonded, or indentured labor, involuntary prison labor, slavery, or trafficking of persons within its supply chain. 1 Excludes new hires joining HP after February 1, 2021 (although all new hires are given 30 days to complete Integrity at HP New Hire training 2 We use these terms interchangeably when describing HP’s existing programs and policies. as part of their mandatory onboarding process). Human rights Responsible minerals sourcing 1 “Conflict minerals” refers to the mineral precursors of the metals tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold (3TG) as defined in the U.S. Securities 1 Excludes new hires joining HP after February 1, 2021 (although all new hires are given 30 days to complete Integrity at HP New Hire training and Exchange Commission (SEC) rule requiring a conflict minerals disclosure. Revenue from mining these minerals in the Democratic as part of their mandatory onboarding process). Republic of the Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries has been widely linked to funding for groups engaged in extreme violence and human rights atrocities. 113 2021 HP Sustainable Impact Report www.hp.com/sustainableimpact

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